Research Reports and Management Plans

Our applied research programs are motivated by the need to find practical and cost-effective solutions to challenges encountered in the the course of boots-on-the-ground restoration. Our research has enabled us to validate our industry-leading approaches on an empirical level, ensuring that Integrated's clients receive the cutting edge of the rapidly-expanding science of restoration ecology.

WWA 2017 (Systems Approach to Reed Canarygrass Suppression)

Manipulating Internal System Feedbacks to Accelerate Reed Canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea) Control: From Theory to Practice [Annen 2011]

Prospects for Disrupting Rhizome Apical Dominance Prior to Chemical Treatment of Phalaris arundinacea [Annen 2010]

Reed Canarygrass Invasions Alter Succession Patterns and May Reduce Habitat Quality in Wet Meadows [Annen et al. 2008]

Effects of Tillage and Growth Regulator Pretreatments on Reed Canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) Control with Sethoxydim [Annen 2008]

Herbicide Resistance Management Practices for Reed Canarygrass [Annen 2008]

Reed Canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) Management Guide

Guidelines for Selecting Herbicide Additives for Reed Canarygrass Control [Annen 2006]

Effects of a Selective Herbicide, Sethoxydim, on Reed Canarygrass [Annen et al. 2005]

Relationships between Herbaceous Vegetation and Environmental Factors along a Restored Prairie-Oak Opening Ecotone [Annen and Lyon 1999]

Pheasant Branch Conservancy Marsh Aquatic Invasive Species Abatement Plan (2011)

Cattail Suppression Project Completion Report (2015)

Effects of Selectively-Targeted Imazapyr Applications on Typha angustifolia L. in Species-Rich Wetlands (Poster - 2014 Wisconsin Wetlands Conference)

Eastern Prairie Fringed Orchid:  The Possibility of Recovery (Poster - 2014 Wisconsin Wetlands Conference)

Management Plan for Rare Earth Farm Preserve (2015)

Merrimac Preserve Avian and Anuran Survey (2015)

In Preparation and In-Progress Research:

Effects of Selectively-Targeted Imazapyr Applications on Typha angustifolia L. in a Species-Rich Wetland [Budyak et al., In Preparation]

Chemical Suppression of Common Periwinkle (Vinca minor L.) [Annen, In Preparation]

Herbicide-Additive Systems for More Effective Chemical Suppression of Crown Vetch (Coronilla varia) and Bird's Foot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus) in High-Quality Prairies [Budyak and Annen, In Preparation]

Reed Canarygrass Literature Compendium [Annen, In Progress]

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– Brian W. Outhouse